After spending long periods of time outside, I often find myself asking what takes me out there in the first place. What is it that keeps me coming back and putting myself through things like never-ending hikes and skin tracks? Mathieu le Lay’s short film answers that question beautifully: a sense of wonder. It tells the story of a lone adventurer deep in the Dolomites who finds himself feeling extra small. Stunning cinematography and an inspiring message make this a joy to watch.
In the immortal words of Youtube commenter Johnny Hash, "I'm not really into cats or snowskating but this is undeniable." Not since Didga the Skateboarding Cat dropped her undeniably-seminal have we seen man's second or third best friend get this rad. RELATED: Stay Stoked- Your Guide to TGR's Best Content Taddy's style is tight and controlled, but with just enough personality that you can tell he's having a good time. Take the shot at 00:30, for example. The feature is ill, no doubt, but
Warning: This video will hit you right in the feels, but it's absolutely worth the watch. Travis Fugate had never met a blind person before he lost his vision fighting overseas. He was sure that extreme sports were over for him. But as Travis would learn, he was capable of kayaking down 226 miles of frothing whitewater through the Grand Canyon. Related: A Look At The Army’s Most Famous Group of Soldiers This Memorial Day Weekend Paired up with Team River Runner, this group of five sightless
There are two types of people in this quarantine. There are those who will try to learn the guitar and likely only master a few chords, which certainly still deserves a gold star for the effort. Then there are people like Gus Kenworthy. The guy decides he wants to learn the guitar, and in two months he’s basically Hozier. The only comfort for my self-esteem is that Kenworthy's dog is not impressed. Tough critic—maybe he’s more of Jack Johnson fan? RELATED: Check Out Andreu's Athlete Edit